Did you know one in three pieces of plastic packaging in Australia is soft plastic? Yet, most of it ends up in landfill. Together, we can change this.
If you are looking to reduce or recycle your soft plastic waste or keen to learn more about how soft plastic is recycled and what it is turned into you won't want to miss this special National Recycling Week online event on soft plastics to learn:
- The five problems with soft plastic pollution and why it’s one of Australia’s most challenging waste streams
- Three things you can do today to help tackle soft plastic waste
- Exciting innovations happening on the Coast and across Australia to curb soft plastic waste
This session is delivered by Plastic Police®’s Sustainability and Education Officer Lexi Crouch. Plastic Police® help organisations and communities across Australia implement circular solutions for soft plastic. Plastic Police®’s purpose is to tackle the soft plastic waste problem through education.
Even though online registrations are still required. An email will be sent out to attendees 48 hours and two hours before the event with the Zoom link. Make sure to also check your junk/spam folder and if you don't receive an email 48 hours prior or if you book within two hours of the event starting please contact us for assistance.
To register for this online event click the 'Book Now' button below, call 4304 7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to discover how to become more sustainable and reduce your waste? Check out these titles that can be reserved from your local library:
- 'Sustainability made simple : small changes for big impact' by Rosaly Byrd
- 'Modern mending : minimise waste and maximise style' by Erin Lewis-Fitzgerald
- 'Attainable sustainable : the lost art of self-reliant living' by Kris Bordessa
- 'The edible garden : cooking & growing guide' by Paul West
- 'How to break up with fast fashion : a guilt-free guide to changing the way you shop for good' by Lauren Bravo
- 'Minimal : how to simplify your life and live sustainably' by Madeleine Olivia
- 'Six weeks to zero waste : a simple plan for life' by Kate Arnell
- 'A family guide to waste-free living' by Lauren Carter
- 'Waste not everyday' and 'Waste not: make a big difference by throwing away less' by Erin Rhoads
- 'The plastic problem : 60 small ways to reduce waste and save the Earth' by Aubre Andrus (Junior Non Fiction)
- 'Resources and waste' by Ellen Rykers (Junior Non Fiction)
- '101 ways to go zero waste' by Kathryn Kellogg
- 'Solved! : how other countries have cracked the world's biggest problems and we can too' by Andrew Wear